Red Vine Leaf

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The history of the vine is so ancient she merges with the history of mankind. Vines and wine have represented an important part of societies, intimately associated with their economies and their cultures.
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Savory Herbal Tea

Because of its reputation as an aphrodisiac, it was considered the “grass of the devil” in the middle ages. It was necessary for Saint Hildegard, whose chastity could not be contested, to extol her virtues and recommend this herb
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Serpolet Herbal Tea

A small trailing plant with a pretty purple flower, it comes from the family of the thyme. It’s very popular around the Mediterranean Basin both for its taste and medicinal qualities.
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Tribulus Terrestris Herbal Tea

In the early 1980s, the public gained interest in the tribulus fruit after learning it was to this herb that Bulgarian Olympic weightlifters attributed their stellar performances. Subsequently, the plant’s fame further increased
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Thistle Herbal Tea

Mary Thistle is a plant with long, spiny stems and a purple flower. Legend has it that its name comes from Mary, the mother of Jesus, who dropped a bit of milk on some thistles while breastfeeding, hence the white veins on its lea
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Thyme Herbal Tea

Drying is the best way to preserve thyme which, unlike other herbs, gains in flavor and power. It dries very quickly in open air, simply placed somewhere covered with gauze or a mosquito screen, or suspended in small bunches. Once
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Willow Leave Herbal Tea

Willow is a tree that can reach up to 66 ft (20 m). Its Celtic name means: “close by the water.” It protects river banks from erosion. In Tibet, it’s the symbol of life! It’s also customary to refer to it as vegetable aspirin.
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Yohimbe Herbal Tea

A tree native to Central Africa. Traditionally, in Africa, its bark is a powerful aphrodisiac both for males and females. As an ingredient of the “little blue pill,” we wonder if this is the secret of Viagra?
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Coffee

Overall, the researched effects are: reduction in the sensation of fatigue; stimulation of the nervous, hear, and respiration system; best used to burn fat by stimulating the production of adrenaline; and acceleration of reaction
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Spelt Coffee

Here’s a little trick for those who love coffee but are looking to avoid the decaffeinated or caffeinated types. Spelt coffee is similar to a “American coffee” but without caffeine. Spelt is a grain close to wheat, however less
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